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5 days   *   Basic   *   Lecture and Labs

Course Summary:
This course is designed to teach basic programming skills to candidates with either no programming experience or programmers that used legacy languages such as COBOL in a non-OOP environment. The selected language used is the Java programming language. The course is divided into two parts.
Part I address basic programming concepts and associated technologies.
Part II introduces the candidate to the Java programming language.

Target Audience:
Students who can benefit from this course are programmers who are interested in adding the Java programming language to their list of Programming skills.

Recommended Prerequisites:
A working knowledge of computer principles and/or legacy programming languages is required

Course Objectives:
After completing this course, the delegate should be able to:

  • Understand basic programming principles and be capable of designing an algorithm to implement a solutions to business problems.
  • Understand Object Orientation in terms of programming OOP applications using Java.
  • Read and understand Java application programs in terms of structure, methods, data-types and be able to use standard Java classes.
  • Code basic Java application programs that implement user and generic algorithms.
  • Edit, compile and run Java applications using line commands.

    Formative assessment is carried out during the training via course activities. An optional written knowledge questionnaire and if applicable, or assignment that the learners are required to complete as part of their course content. Learners will receive a certificate of competence on successful completion of the course

    Key Topics:
    Part I:

  • Programming Fundamentals
  • Data Representation
  • Algorithms and Data Structure
  • Object Oriented Technology

    Part II :

  • Basic Java Programming
  • Language Fundamentals
  • Functional Methods
  • Standard Classes

    Last modified: 22-Jan-2019

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